Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for December 05, 1987


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    Grudgeholder  over 10 years ago

    And the dad is clueless yet again!

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    yeahiknow  over 10 years ago

    The tiger is alive, I tell you.

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    sunshinelegend  over 10 years ago

    How could you be so blind, dad?

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    Icalasari  about 10 years ago

    He really is blind as a bat. You can’t tie yourself up that well

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    Devildragon666  over 9 years ago

    yea..i TOTALLY tied knots BEHIND THE CHAIR and was facing the opposite way…

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    mrcharmander934  over 9 years ago

    Yeah, you can’t really tie yourself up like that by yourself. Surely his dad should know that!

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    FredrikBT  almost 9 years ago

    I know Calvin can be provoking, but I honestly hope his dad didn’t spank him for that. Man I love Calvin, many of his antics reminds me of my own antics when I was about that age.

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    bmonk  almost 8 years ago

    Hobbes’ remark reminds me of O. Henry’s “The Ransom of Red Chief”.


    @FredrikBT, I suspect the spanking was for “telling a lie”—because Dad didn’t believe Hobbes could do such a thing. I mean, really: can a tiger tie a knot?

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    yow4zip Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Calvin has telekinetic powers.

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    Mr. C  almost 8 years ago

    Did….Calvin actually get a spanking?!

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    z4netti  over 7 years ago

    If Hobbes is not alive, how could Calvin tie himself up that tight?

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    Xalder  about 6 years ago

    I thought Calvin’s butt would hurt because he was tied to the chair so tightly.

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    The Shadow Ninja  almost 5 years ago

    Hobbes is just plain sadistic.

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